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[ejb-spec users] Re: Remote JNDI Naming Conventions

  • From: "John D. Ament" <john.d.ament@...>
  • To: marina.vatkina@...
  • Cc: users@...
  • Subject: [ejb-spec users] Re: Remote JNDI Naming Conventions
  • Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2012 19:02:39 -0500

Hi Marina,

So I just want to confirm then.  Is it your belief that the portable JNDI locations should be used for both local and remote lookups, based on the current spec (EJB 3.1)?

Thanks,

John


On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 5:06 PM, Marina Vatkina <marina.vatkina@...> wrote:
John,

The standard JNDI names are the same for remote and local invocations. If you are asking about names that include host and port of the target server, it's probably a no-go as the interop (and even remote client) are targeted for becoming optional in the future Java EE version(s).

Best,
-marina


John D. Ament wrote:
Experts,

A question was raised recently regarding Remote JNDI locations.  Currently, the specs define standardized local JNDI names.  There is no guarantee that the remote names would be the same.  Is it possible to come up with standardized naming conventions for remote EJBs (session beans) that can be looked up in a consistent manner across application servers?

Thanks,

John



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